Justin Ferrari was senselessly gun downed May 24 while driving along Martin Luther King Jr. Way and E. Cherry Street with his family. The random murder rocked Seattle. Today the Seattle Police Department announced that an arrest has been made in the killing.
Here's the official statement from the Seattle Police Department:
Homicide detectives have arrested a 20-year-old man suspected of killing Justin Ferrari in the Central District in May.
Ferrari was driving down Martin Luther King Jr. Way and E. Cherry Street with his family when the 20-year-old suspect opened fire on the street, striking and killing Ferrari as he drove past.
After combing through surveillance footage and working with the gang unit to chase down leads on their suspect, homicide detectives, SPD SWAT, and US Marshalls arrested Ferrari's killer Thursday morning at a home in Federal Way.
Detectives, SWAT, and the gang unit served warrants at several other locations in Seattle and South King County.
"Detectives worked hard. Real hard. pretty much non-stop" since Ferrari was killed on May 24th, Homicide Sgt. Bob Vallor says.
Detectives are still interviewing the 20-year-old suspect, who will be booked into the King County Jail for investigation of homicide.